Teekolloquium / Kaffeepalaver

Usually on Thursdays at 11:15 am in the library building (Tea/Coffee in the Foyer at 10:45 am)
Teekolloquium in the Otto Hahn lecture hall
Kaffeepalaver in the Central Seminar Room

Organisation: Holger Kreckel and Brian Reville

Archive of past seminars

Summer semester 2021

  • 2021/04/15, 04:00 pm, Teekolloquium Dr. Shep Doeleman, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, USA: Black Hole Imaging: First Results and Future Vision
  • 2021/04/22, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Viola Priesemann, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany: Spreading dynamics of COVID-19 and its mitigation
  • 2021/04/29, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Jeanne Wilson - King´s College London: The Hyper-Kamiokande Experiment
  • 2021/05/06, 04:00 pm, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Anatoly Spitkovsky, Princeton University, Department of Astrophysical Sciences: Pulsar Magnetosphere: the Incredible Machine
  • 2021/05/20, 04:00 pm, Teekolloquium Associate Professor Gabriel D. Orebi Gann - University California Berkeley: Let there be light: unlocking the secrets of the universe with neutrinos
  • 2021/05/27, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Geraldine Servant, DESY & II. Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg: Electroweak baryogenesis: 35 years later
  • 2021/06/07, 04:00 pm, Teekolloquium Assis. Prof. Kerstin Perez - Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Scanning the X-ray Sky for Dark Matter
  • 2021/06/10, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Kyle Parfrey, School of Mathematics, Trinity College Dublin: Black-hole plasma simulations from pair creation to relativistic jets
  • 2021/06/17, 11:15 am, Kaffeepalaver Dr. Matteo Tamburini, Theoretical Quantum Dynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics, MPIK: Laboratory-Based Intense Gamma-Ray and Lepton Beams - a Plasma and Strong-Field QED Synergy
  • 2021/07/01, 05:00 pm, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Holger Müller, Berkeley, University of California: New atom interferometers for fundamental physics
  • 2021/07/08, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Dr. Peter Predehl, High-energy astrophysics, MPI for extraterrestrial physics: The hot and energetic Universe and the X-ray telescope eROSITA
  • 2021/07/15, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Laura Kreidberg, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, APEx Department: Planets are Places: Characterization of Other Worlds in the 2020s
  • 2021/07/22, 11:15 am, Teekolloquium Prof. Dr. Lavinia Heisenberg, Department of Physics, ETH Zürich: Cosmological implications of Gravitational Waves